The long awaited Nikon DX format flagship DSLR camera Nikon D400 or Nikon D500 recently got another rumors. Canadian nature photographer Brad Hill recently posted rumored specs of Nikon D400 / D500: 10 fps, a very good buffer with a price tag around $2,300. NikonRumors also said there is a chance Nikon will announced Nikon D5 and Nikon D400/D500 at the same time, just like Nikon D3/D300 in past.
Thom Hogan’s post on recently price drop on Nikon lenses also include some info about upcoming Nikon D5 and Nikon D400 DSLR cameras. He think Nikon D5 will be announced in January 2016 as rumored before. And long awaited Nikon D400 could be announced in the first half of 2016 with several new Nikon DX lenses.
After Canon’s EOS 7D Mark II released for years, there is still no Nikon D400, only some rumors around the web, in the past interview from Nikon managers, they confirmed Nikon hasn’t ignoring the DX line. According to latest updates from NikonRumors, the Nikon D400 (or another name: Nikon D9300) will be announced along with upcoming Nikon’s new flagship full frame DSLR camera Nikon D5 in early 2016, probably at CES 2016.
According to latest rumors from a reader at Fox2 forum, the long awaited Nikon D400 may finally coming in September, 2015. It will replace the Nikon D300S, to be a new flagship DX DSLR camera from Nikon. Canon has released the 7D Mark II for almost one year now, so many people are waiting for Nikon D400. In the past interview from Nikon managers, they confirmed Nikon hasn’t ignoring the DX line.
Recently, dpreview has posted a video interview with Steve Heiner from Nikon USA. This interview is about the future plan of Nikon’s cameras and lenses.
A new wave of Nikon porduct announcements is coming soon, probably in August/September.